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Chelsea Flower Show
Friday May 25th - £88

Every year, for five days in May, the grounds of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, are transformed into the fabulous show gardens, inspirational small gardens and vibrant horticultural displays that make up the world’s most famous flower show.

 
   
 
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The RHS Chelsea Flower Show is the first event of the summer season and showcases the finest examples of horticultural excellence, created by the best garden designers, plantsmen and plantswomen. It sets the latest gardening trends, is plant breeders favourite place to launch new plants and features the newest and most desirable gardening products.
Designers from across the globe create around 20 show gardens, which create the impact and spectacle that Chelsea is renowned for.

All marquees, gardens and floral exhibits are accessible and can be viewed from ground level. None of the gardens are designed for public access. All marquees and some floral exhibits can be walked through. Where possible, gardens are fronted by hard-surface pavement, road or trackway. The areas around the gardens are often busy, so disabled visitors may wish to consider arriving early or late in the day to avoid peak times.

Please note:
The above timings and information are subject to traffic conditions and we reserve the right to make any changes necessary without prior notification.
Coaches for our Day Trips will be in either 'Motts' or 'Crusader' Livery.

   

Departure DateTour RefHotelPrice (from)DaysSingle SupptAvailablePick Up Points 
Fri 25-May-2018WY0525 1N/A£88.001£0.00 - Aylesbury, Bedgrove, Aylesbury, Exchange Street, Beaconsfield, Bierton, Bletchley, Chinnor, Haddenham, High Wycombe, Leighton Buzzard (Day Trips), Linslade, Long Crendon, Princes Risborough, Stone Layby, Thame, Thame Services, Wing    Sold out

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